Just some quick thoughts about a much neglected series of this season—Sengoku Otome: Momoiro Paradox.
Sengoku Otome, despite all its flaws, is actually surprisingly pleasant to look at. No, I do not mean the revealing breasts, sexy hips, large breasts, the heavy yuri subtext—or rather, yuri scenes—and those few cute plays on urination fetishes.  I mean the gorgeous textures of Sengoku Otome.
From the detailed old-fashioned wall arts to the beautiful cloth, the environment of Sengoku Otome is ripe with intricate, stunning patterns and florals.
The various scenes with kimonos are especially eye-catching. The anime does a wonderful job of detailing not only the designs, but also the tactile to the kimono fabric. I can almost feel the clothes through just the visual. And I can imagine just imagine how pretty and how comfortable the fabric feel against the girls’ skin. 
Sure, this anime may not have much substance or deep plot. Most scenes may be crude and silly (yes, that is her on the toilet). And its story is a jarring amalgamation of time periods and ridiculous parallel worlds.
However, even though Sengoku Otome is far from a work of art, it does nail this one element well. For those several scenes, Sengoku Otome is very pretty, even elegant. The textures give the aesthetics a tangible feel and a touch of intelligence. They are a surprising but much appreciated part to this lowbrow anime. Very classy indeed. 
On a related note, I can totally understand Hideyoshi’s excitement when she received that huge treasure chest of kimonos. I think almost every girl, as a kid, has wanted to wrap herself up in bundles of luxurious lovely fabric. 
- I may just be extra sensitive to this, but Sengoku Otome seems to love to show Hideyoshi on the toilet or on the verge of going to the bathroom.
- I kind of like how diva Yoshimoto Imagawa acts.
- At least as classy as it is embarrassing to admit that I am totally loving this anime right now for all the sexual reasons.
- The ending sequence is noteworthy.